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HUGE BREAKING NEWS: President Trump Announces Chloroquine Will Be Made Available IMMEDIATELY ! – Has Shown “Very, Very Encouraging Early Results” (VIDEO)

March 19, 2020 By Jim Hoft, The Gateway Puncit

BREAKING NEWS—
President Trump announced on Thursday the US will IMMEDIATELY make the drug Chloroquine available to treat US coronavirus patients!

President Trump made the announcement at the daily Coronavirus press conference in the White House.  The president added that chloroquine has shown, “very, very encouraging results” in treating the coronavirus! More…

5 Reasons to Doubt China’s Claim It Has Stopped Seeing Coronavirus Cases

Medical workers (R) check patients who recovered from the COVID-19 coronavirus as they arrive to be tested again at a hospital in Wuhan, in China's central Hubei province on March 14, 2020. - China reported 11 new infections of the coronavirus on March 14, and for the first time since …

March 19, 2020 By Hannah Bleau, Breitbart News

China’s report of zero new coronavirus cases sparked celebration across the globe, with some viewing the communist regime’s Thursday report as a beacon of hope.

While global efforts to curb the impact of the virus continue, there is reason to doubt China’s “milestone” claim of no new local coronavirus infections. More…

America Gets Another Hostage Back, This Time From the Iranian Regime

America Gets Another Hostage Back, This Time From the Iranian Regime

March 19, 2020 By Katy Pavlich, Townhall

The State Department announced Thursday morning American Amer Fakhoury has been returned to the United States after being held by the Iranian regime in Lebanon. He was there on vacation and tortured during six months of detention. Fakhoury has late-stage cancer.  More…

Coronavirus, Chaos and Compassion

By Ryan Bomberger, Townhall Mar 19, 2020

Coronavirus, Chaos and Compassion

If there’s one thing we’ve learned so far from our nation’s reaction to COVID-19, is that human life is worth protecting…well, sometimes. Interestingly, this now seems to be a shared bipartisan mentality. I marvel at the extraordinary measures taken and money spent to keep people from harm, especially the most vulnerable, during this global #Coronavirus response. I’m amazed at all of the rhetoric about caring for people and keeping one another safe. Of course, I fully agree with the desire to protect human life and the self-sacrifice required to do that. Although, that so-called “self-sacrifice” is now government mandated. More…

Oregon officials restrict visits to elderly in care homes, acting to prevent coronavirus from hitting 30,000

In a continued ramp-up to contain the novel coronavirus, Oregon officials on Tuesday announced tight restrictions for visitors to 670 care facilities. Health officials also urged the elderly, especially vulnerable to the disease, to stay home.

March 11, 2020 By Les Zaitz – Malheur Enterprise


Salem– State officials on Tuesday mandated a stop to most visits to the 30,000 Oregonians in long-term care facilities to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus that has proven especially deadly for the elderly.That means, for now, no more time with parents, grandparents and others in licensed facilities except in special circumstances. More…

Bernie Sanders Is Sticking It Out Because The Binary Is His Best Friend

Bernie Sanders Is Sticking It Out Because The Binary Is His Best Friend

March 11, 2020 By Emily Jashinsky, The Federalist

The Democratic primary contest has been a binary race for one week only. That fact alone explains Bernie Sanders’ underperformance compared to his run in 2016.

After toiling for years on the fringes of official Washington, Sanders was launched into the mainstream thanks in large part to the contrast between himself and Hillary Clinton, drawn into sharp focus by the direct juxtaposition binary races create. In Clinton, Sanders found the perfect foil. More…

Let’s Quit Playing Politics with Public Health

March 11, 2020 By Kay Coles James, CNS News

A woman wearing a protective mask walks past a school in Skopje on March 11, 2020. (Photo credit: ROBERT ATANASOVSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

The scope of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is expanding, but it’s vital for U.S. policymakers and citizens to act rationally, work together, and keep what’s happening in proper context.

People have many legitimate concerns, including mitigating the spread, manufacturing enough test kits to detect the virus in sick people, finding an effective treatment, preventing shortages of protective gear for medical personnel, and offsetting potential costs to the taxpayers and to the economy, among many others.  More…